Provincial power: more licenses taken from YPF, and challenges to the supreme court on abortion. Meanwhile, the president and her allies close ranks around Boudou.
Indigenous protest against mining agreement reaches Quito and suspected Colombian drug-trafficker is extradited by Ecuadorian authorities.
Gay Paraguayan couple marry; mass deforestation in the Chaco; activities organised to commemorate ‘March Massacre.’
An earthquake measuring 7.8 on richter scale shakes the country; Pope’s visit reignites debate surrounding religious freedom; Sergio Pérez makes the podium in Malaysian Grand Prix.
Chávez travels to Havana for radiation treatment, government officials visit contaminated water treatment plants in Carabobo, and ex-governor is wounded in shoot-out.
Tourism raises hopes in Haiti; former soldiers clash with government; Sean Penn earns peace summit award.
Final countdown before papal visit, friendly baseball to resume with US, and oldest living MLB player alive in Havana.
Nurses prosecuted for murderer while Mujica assumes State responsibility for crimes committed during the last dictatorship and the situation in high schools gets problematic.
Guatemalan peasants march towards capital against evictions and unequal land distribution; Guatemala hosts drug summit to improve anti-drug policy; El Salvadorian gangs reach truce.
National emergency in Peruvian Prisons; Chile to remove mines from Peruvian border; ethical outcome for Conga debate; electronic nose invented…
TIPNIS, the proposal for an ‘ecological road’; and the UN report about justice in Bolivia. TIPNIS’ corregidores agreed on starting the national march next April 20. The Ley 222…
Protests leave three dead; Chilean border threat; TB infection escalation
Argentine provincial governments strip drilling licences from Argentine energy company YPF and Mexican unemployment rate fell again in January, OECD states The Argentine energy company YPF, whose majority stakeholder is…
IDB holds annual meeting on investment planning in the region; Amega enters proposition phase for US$1.1bi transfer terminal in Costa Rica; ARENA wins El Salvador’s legislative elections.
Violence returns to Aysén as talks breaks down, storms cause havoc in Magallanes, while a transport strike creates problems in Santiago
Inter-American Conference for the Red Cross Comes to Haiti; Prime Minister-designate, Laurent Lamothe, Under the Spotlight; Gun Crime Terrorises Capital.
Videos released of life inside a Cuban prison, dissidents occupy churches to protest the pope’s visit, and Vatican announces a special gift for the country.
17 oil executives banned from leaving Brazil after offshore spill, football association president steps down amid corruption allegations, and FIFA’s Blatter meets with Rousseff.
Daughter of Chilean consul shot dead by police; Chávez returns following surgery in Cuba; and international book fair draws to a close in Caracas.
Trade conflict with Argentina raises unemployment, while new human remains are found in military premises and secondary schools struggle to begin classes.